The Suites At La Palmeraie
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... ever been truly broke. Similarly, if you have ever suffered through a period of extreme hardship of any kind, you are more able to enjoy and appreciate life post hardship. In my experience in schools, parents worked overtime to shelter their kids from hardships of any kind, up to and including failing a test. I don't think they did their kids any favours by not letting them fail or suffer a bit.
Those of you who know me well and for a ...
... nearly a million dollars (in today's money) for the entire four month's stay. We toured the original lobby and rotunda of the hotel, the fabulous dining room with its Tiffany stained glass windows (the largest collection of Tiffany glass in the world and insured for over $40 million), and the ladies' salon. The rooms are fabulous. The guest rooms where these wealthy people stayed are now the women's dormitory for ...
... where bright and the ocean swell gently rocked the boat all night long. We met up with Joanne and Jack (Brendan's parents again and they drove us around all day getting part and provisioning. Their help was so appreciated and nice to have their ...
Much to Greg's disgust, we sent out the invites and welcomed many of the NUSQN 725 based here in Jacksonville, Florida over to our house for a 'Birthday Mexican Fiesta'!
Not expecting as much enthusiasm as we got! Most guests arrived dressed in some way to associate themselves as being ready to party Mexican style. Donned were ponchos, sombrero's, must ashes, guns, boots and even some spurs... ...
... park then carried on up the I-95 until our next stop off at Daytona Beach. Here we had a quick kick around showing the locals our English Football skills (or lack of in Rich's case) and almost decapitated a bikini clad beach girl with a gorilla of a boyfriend who, if I did hit her, would surely have had a word or two. It wasn't long until we were back on the road and drove into the forcasted storms. The rain was so intense that you could not see the road as you ...